Royal Balti House finalist in The Nation’s Curry Awards

A Bolton curry house is in the running to be crowned the best Indian restaurant of the year. The Royal Balti House in Farnworth has been selected as a finalist for The Nation’s Curry Award 2023. The popular restaurant has been going for around 35 years and is considered to be one of the oldest in Bolton. Staff say … Read more

Qld poaches AACTA Awards with three-year deal

Loading “Queensland is a production paradise offering the complete package, with film-friendly locations, highly skilled crew, world-class facilities, and competitive incentives.” Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate said it was a sign his city’s reputation as a “safe and reliable film and screen destination” continued to grow. “Lights, camera, Gold Coast!” he said. Crowe, AACTA vice … Read more

General Motors awards Northwood $100,000 to host automotive camp

Midland Daily News Jan. 27, 2023Updated: Jan. 27, 2023 5:05 p.m. Northwood University students are pictured by the Cadillac display at the 2022 Northwood University International Auto Show in Midland. Northwood received a generous gift from General Motors to help fund a Full Tank Automotive Camp at Northwood in July. Northwood University General Motors has awarded … Read more

IG Wealth Management Recognized for Outstanding Investment Performance with Five 2022 FundGrade® A+ Awards

WINNIPEG, MB, Jan. 27, 2023 /CNW/ – IG Wealth Management (“IG”) today announced that five of its investment solutions have won 2022 Fundata FundGrade® A+ Awards. The awards are presented annually to Canadian investment funds that achieve consistently high FundGrade scores throughout the calendar year. “We are honoured to win these prestigious awards,” said Damon … Read more

Chiropractic visit caused strokes? Jury awards $1 million to KY woman

Amber Burgess, then 33, had never set foot in a chiropractor’s office when she went to Dr. Adam Fulkerson’s Heartland Family Chiropractic in Elizabethtown on May 18, 2020.  In contrast, Becca Barlow, 31, had seen Dr. Leah Wright at Louisville Family Chiropractic 29 times for adjustments over three years when she went there on Jan. … Read more

45th Jamnalal Bajaj National & International Awards – 2023 For Gandhian ‘Warriors’; Nominations invited

The Man – Jamnalal Bajaj was among the stalwarts who gave of himself completely — mind, body and soul to India’s freedom movement. Jamnalal Bajaj overreached himself in making words into deeds and in implementing the Constructive Programme of Gandhiji, be it Khadi, Dalit – welfare, women emancipation, ethics in business, or preservation of cattle-wealth … Read more

Lachlan Pendragon’s pandemic project, a short film called An Ostrich Told Me The World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It, makes it to the awards

Pendragon, who taught animation at the university for an income last year, became interested in filmmaking in high school. “I always thought I’d do live-action filmmaking and that’s what I applied for when I left high school,” he said. “But I didn’t get in, so I applied for animation as a back-up. I fell into … Read more

BrightCHAMPS awards stock options worth $1 million to 400 teachers

The BrightCHAMPS teaching academy currently has around 2,500 teachers from 25 countries.

Live-learning platform BrightCHAMPS has awarded Stock Options worth $1million to 400 teacher partners across 25 countries, an official release said. The company also plans to award an increasing number of Teacher Stock Options (TSOPs) every year for the next five years, it added. “Our faculty is one of our strongest pillars and we want to … Read more

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese speaks at Australian of the Year Awards

Video: Prime Minister Anthony Albanese speaks at Australian of the Year Awards Prime Minister Anthony Albanese speaks at Australian of the Year Awards We’re sorry, this feature is currently unavailable. We’re working to restore it. Please try again later. Dismiss Skip to sections navigationSkip to contentSkip to footer Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has given a … Read more

Restoring trust in Australia’s honours awards may be a lost cause

Scott Morrison with Margaret Court and her husband Barry Court

Is it possible to rehabilitate the Order of Australia awards? Or should they be put out of their misery, written off as another Coalition monument to political cronyism — just as the Albanese government has done with the once independent and respected Administrative Appeals Tribunal? This week, a new batch of 1000 or so honours awards will … Read more